African Development Association for Progress (ADAP)
The African Development Association for Progress (ADAP) is a recognised UK charitable body founded in 2007 with the aim of enhancing the development of people of African Descent.The ability of volunteers to work willingly together for the betterment of themselves, and their community is invaluable to ADAPs core aims and objectives.
ADAP's aim is to create greater networks, growth and sustainability amongst people of African descent, who are willing to contribute their much needed skills, experience and resources through volunteering in various projects and programmes run in the UK and Africa.
ADAP currently focuses its international developmental programmes in Ghana and Gambia, from which a detailed needs analysis was undertaken; in the areas of Health, Education and Secure Livelihoods, with an emphasis on the youth.
ADAP's aim is to address the problems facing Africa's brain drain problem by encouraging people of African descent to volunteer their skills and resources to support institutions, through capacity building and skills sharing.ADAP also aims to construct youth centres in various countries in Africa.